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National Archives and Records AdministrationLONGINES CHRONOSCOPE WITH JAMES A. FARLEY (September 15, 1952)

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National Archives and Records Administration - ARC Identifier 95782 / Local Identifier LW-LW-139 - LONGINES CHRONOSCOPE WITH JAMES A. FARLEY - TELEVISION INTERVIEW: William Bradford Huie and Henry Hazlitt talk with James A. Farley, former U.S. Postmaster General, and Rep. Leo W. O'Brien (Democrat N.Y.) on recent developments in the presidential campaign, comments on defections from the southern Democratic factions, interpretation of the vote for the re-election of Sen. Joseph McCarthy, aftermath of Taft-Eisenhower meeting, and an analysis of the New York situation in the presidential election. DVD copied by IASL Master Scanner Katie Filbert. -



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Producer: National Archives and Records Administration
Language: English
Keywords: archives.gov; public.resource.org

Creative Commons license: CC0 1.0 Universal


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